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Booker's 'Granny's Batch' 2020-01 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
About Booker's 'Granny's Batch' 2020-01 Kentucky Straight Bourbon WhiskeyJim Beam's grandson Booker Noe couldn't wait to turn 21 ― not so he could start drinking, but rather distilling. Being 6th generation distiller with Beam blood coursing through his veins, as well as growing up in the heart of Kentucky, it was only natural. He worked for years as a Master Distiller, then started bottling his very own bourbon as gifts for family and friends after retiring. In 1988 he released the first batch of his namesake Booker’s Bourbon to the public, coining the phrase "small batch" along the way. Today Booker's is run by his son Fred and operates under the Jim Beam distillery. "Fred, make sure they don't mess with my Booker's," is what he requested of his son at his retirement.
Each year sees a few batches of Booker's uncut and unfiltered bourbon released, each batch meticulously aged to perfection ― it's ready when it's ready. The first release of 2020 was the Granny's Batch which was crafted with barrels from 2 production dates, stored at 6 different locations in 4 rickhouses. The expression gets its name from Booker's mother and Fred's grandmother Margaret Beam Noe. While not directly involved with the bourbon business, she played an integral part in keeping the family tradition (and subsequently the business!) alive. Granny's Batch is a perfect whiskey to enjoy with family and close friends with its spice, vanilla, and pleasant warmth. Aged over 6 years, the expression is bottled at 126.4 proof.
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There are not many things more American than bourbon, and although most of it is produced in Kentucky, it can be produced all over the USA.
It must be made with at least 51% corn and bottled at 40% ABV or higher. So why not give this American classic a try?